I really love getting real mail. On paper, in my mailbox. (Although as a grownup 'real' mail is mostly even a bit too 'real'🙄 )
What I don't love so much are e-mails - there are too many, much of the content is too spammy and no, I don't want to buy your magic pills, thank you.
I want to change that, though - I'm in need of some fun in my inbox, something to look forward to, something to learn.
That's why I'm looking for your all-time favourite newsletters. Ideally (but not exclusively) with a tech focus.
I'll go first:
My absolute favourite newsletter is the one by Stefan Judis - in my opinion, it's the perfect mix of new tools, accessibility insights, real-life examples and good music (you can sign up here).
What's your favourite newsletter? And why? Any tips appreciated 🙏
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I'm a fan of @nickytonline 's! https://www.getrevue.co/profile/nickytonline/issues/yet-another-newsletter-lol-issue-48-warning-this-is-a-warning-1190310?via=twitter-card&client=MobileWeb&element=issue-card
And Cassidy Williams's!
Thanks for sharing, Lucia!
Shameless plug for my weekly newsletter:
I love your newsletter Cassidy - have been subscribed for a couple of weeks now, really enjoy it 🙏
Thank you so much <3
Can I tell about my newsletter? 😊
The UX and a11y tips is about how to make web interfaces more user-friendly uxa11y.substack.com/archive
CSS isn't magic is tips that help to understand CSS isn't magic cssisntmagic.substack.com/archive
Thanks for sharing Stas, they look really promising! Subscribed now
Thank you! I hope you will enjoy it
I loved CssTricks before DO bought them. Thanks for the tip and initiating the discussion I'm getting a few new ones to subscribe ^^
Hard same about the DO acquisition. :/ Robin did such a great job with the CSS-Tricks newsletter.
Uhhh that's right, I forgot about CSS Tricks 🙌
Hands down it's tldr.tech/ for me
oh and @swyx 's new DX tips letter! dx.tips/
Pycoders, Jonas schmedtmann’s personal newsletter, django newsletter
My favourite is pycoders.com/. The best for Python out there without any clutter
Thanks for sharing Karan!
Hackernoon - it's very original and informative.
my favorite remains thoughtworks techradar, lots of real work with a big team of senior devs
Thanks Benjamin, I'll check that one out!
pointer.io is my favorite, every tuesday and friday I receive very good articles on my email.
This sounds good - very much on point! Thanks for sharing Michael!